'Harry Potter' Stars Schooled on American Accents

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Although the Queen's English may have come first, Josh Horowitz of MTV's After Hours assures us that "US American" is the language of freedom.

Under Horowtiz's learned tutelage the cast of "Harry Potter," ever the good sports, make their best attempts to convincingly say such common every day American words like "The Olive Garden", "Glenn Beck" and the classic American statement, "Boo-Yah." 

You'll be shocked to learn that although Emma Watson's Hermione may be the first of the group to master spells, she'd have a hell of a time ordering mozzarella sticks.

Originally published Nov. 17, 2010

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